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Sanyo mini split wall unit blower vibration

Already broke 1 blower wheel after 1 year . Replaced wheel and motor . Now 2nd one begining to make noise after a few months.Gets quiet after pushing on corner, as if case has a twist.No real way to secure it any differently.

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SOURCE: Hello We just installed a Sanyo KHS1271 mini-split

The condensate drain line was not properly installed. Make them pull the wall unit and correct the problem.
Be persistant until you are satisfied they have the problem corrected. Do not pay any additional money. If they do not correct the problem then report them online to the state board of heating and air. Fill out their requested complaint form and follow thru with a second complaint if you do not get total satisfaction from the contractor that installed the unit.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 23, 2011

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SOURCE: procedure to replace motor in split system wall unit

indoor unit or outdoor unit i think ur talking about the indoor unit it is a real pain they dont make those technician friendly but make sure u order one from the factory cause its an oddball but if ur going to attempt it then take the front cover off there will be phillips screws on bottom sometimes they have lil pieces over them to cover them up when u have the cover off on the right side u have 3 circuit boards 2 have to be removed and make sure u label where they go and at this time u should be able to see the motor but even when u get to it its still a pain to get in and out there is a set screw holding the squirrell cage to the shaft and ull have to get to the screw thru the fan blades and once u get the set screws out u just have to wiggle and jiggle til it comes out now some models dont have set screws so jus look it might not have any and to put it back in jus go in reverse make sure u cut power to unit before u start touching any of the internal parts ( circuit boards etc...) hope this helps good luck

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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SOURCE: Appears to leak up in the wall unit

I agree with bobotfel, adding that the oil is an indicator, not the problem itself.

Oil circulates along with refrigerant, as a mist. Thus is oil is present, a leak is indicated.

The fact that you unit held pressure for several weeks is not surprising. There would be, at a guess, 50-100 pounds of pressure in the tubing when the unit is not running, which could take quite some time to lead down. This is a break for you, as the pressure in the lines would prevent air and--worse--moisture from entering.

If your lines or fittings are not damaged, then bobotfel's 2-wrench solution is probably the end of your problem.

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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SOURCE: SANYO SPLIT TYPE AIR CONDITIONER LEAKING

The leakage is probably from condensation and there should be some sort of drain for it. You should check to see if it is clogged or partially clogged. Also since you say it does it when it hasn't operated for a while you may want to check out where the lines pass through the wall and make sure that it is sealed up there so you don't get leakage from out side.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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SOURCE: when replacing the sanyo circut board do you need

Hi,am sorry about your sanyo AC problem. But it's not a new complain about sanyo AC's not working properly..

Summing upall the parts for your sanyo AC and replacing all damaged part,calculating the cost of purchasing all the replacement,I don't think it's worth the purchase.

What i would advice is this, You can try out another product Sony,panasonic etc,as many as they are instead of using your time and money to fix up the sanyo AC that your not even sure after fixing one problem,another will not come again.

Save your money , strength and time and go replace with a new working one.there are not to expensive,Compared to using close to the amount of getting the old one fixed.

You can get new AC's from eBay.com,and amazon,and any other store close to your area..

I think that will do..

Try see..

It's just and advise..

Take care...

Posted on Jun 14, 2011

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